KZA is honored by its selection as the leading labor and employment law firm in Nevada by Chambers & Partners in its 2011 Client’s Guide for America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
In rating KZA as the only firm in “Band 1,” Chambers explains the firm’s clients benefit from “the group's expertise in counseling, arbitration, and sex and disability discrimination issues.” It also noted KZA’s experience in handling “a myriad of cutting-edge labor and employment issues affecting the gaming industry.” Chambers’ sources report that KZA’s attorneys are “‘outstanding, talented and just extremely helpful at any time of the day.’”
Chambers highlighted partners Gregory Kamer, Carol Zucker, Scott Abbott and Eddie Keller, explaining that Gregg attracts compliments from an “‘incredibly loyal clientele’ for his ‘fair and calm negotiating skills,’” and recognizing Carol for her “‘broad knowledge and a practical appreciation’ of employment disputes.’” In turn, Scott is noted for having “’carved out a niche in disability discrimination and FMLA advice’” and Eddie for earning praise for his “‘logical thinking and constant availability to clients.’” Senior associate Bryan Cohen is also specifically mentioned for shining “‘alongside Kamer in cutting-edge matters for Wynn Las Vegas.’”
Chambers & Partners ranks attorneys and law firms worldwide with a reputation for in-depth, objective research. Its team of 100 researchers conducts thousands of interviews with lawyers and their clients worldwide to identify the lawyers who perform best according to the criteria most valued by clients – such as technical expertise, business acumen, prompt delivery and value for money.
For the last nine years, KZA has been consistently rated in Chamber’s “Band 1” for Nevada’s labor and employment law firms, and for the majority of those years, KZA has proudly stood alone in that category. We are humbled by this recognition and look forward to continuing to provide high-quality legal services to all of our clients.
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